[Imc-oxford] new layout done
richarddirecttv at yahoo.co.uk
Wed May 18 15:43:38 PDT 2005
Hamish has already done designs, apparently. Hamish,
where are you?
--- societelibre <societelibre at riseup.net> wrote:
> Mark wrote:
> >>> 3. I like tabstrips to change so that it's clear
> which tab is currently
> >>> selected.
> >> i like it as well and wanted to implement this,
> but it seems
> >> impossible since all the tabs correspond to
> "static pages", which are
> >> all produced from the same template,
> static.template. therefore to
> >> implement a different html for each static page
> (i.e. to "highlight"
> >> the selected tab) we would need to change the way
> static pages are
> >> produced, and this is very complicated (this is
> not a html thing but a
> >> MIR thing).
> > Does the template allow adjustments to the html
> per page?
> > If it allows something like:
> > <body class='sect-mission'> on one page, and
> > <body class='sect-home'> on another
> > then there is a way of highlighting the current
> page, using a little bit
> > of css, but little change to each static page
> except for the classing of
> > the body tag and giving id's to the top nav bar's
> right, but there is only one template,
> static.template for all these static html pages.
> i.e., they are all produced from the same template.
> but it might be feasable using and <if> java (i
> think) function... i.e. if it's this static page,
> highlight that tab, if it's this static page,
> highlight the other one... i'll think about it!
> that would be nice indeed :-)
> (btw i removed the gray links for some sort of deep
> blue, it'S nicer i think, at least on my screen. i
> also solved the "not-centered pictures" proble, just
> some old bad css coding was remaining. there are
> still quite a few bugs though. i was planning also
> to put the Kollektives and IMCs left navigation bars
> as pop-up menus, if possible; i think it would look
> nicer. anyone up for making a banner? ;-)
> ciao :-)
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